I am trading in a car...for one I seen on Car Gurus, signed the paperwork but have not taken delivery or turned my trade (time constraints yesterday).am I still obligated if i changed my mind?
I am trading in a car...for one I seen on Car Gurus, signed the paperwork but have not
taken delivery or turned my trade (time constraints yesterday).am I still obligated if i
changed my mind?
Your not obligated. Better if no money has been transferred as getting it back sometimes is a hassle and takes time.
Probably. Once you sign on the proverbial 'dotted line' you have entered in to a contract, and the only way out is to prove some sort of deceit, non-disclosure, fraud... hey I'm not a lawyer. Check with the laws in your State. Some have a "cooling off" period...some really good buyer protection laws..and some you are SOL. But a defect/fraud and changing your mind are the key things here. Again: Check the laws in your State
OK. I was typing at the same time as Tom. But trust me, he knows his stuff.
Good Morning Tom. I don't know what State you are in...but I can say here in Calif. ....even if no money changed hands, you are bound. Unless as in the above
Same in NJ, Fordnut. After the 3 day cooling off period you're locked in. HTH. -Jim
Ok, thanks for the info, I was assuming it was the next morning.
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